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Social Justice and Tobacco Control: Impact on Underserved Populations

Social Justice and Tobacco Control: Impact on Underserved Populations Panel Discussion Social Justice and Tobacco Control: Impact on Underserved Populations Panel Discussion
A panel of experts in the field of tobacco treatment, policy, and control will discuss tobacco industry practices that target underserved populations, such as minority groups, the LGBTQ community, low income communities, and others. The discussion will also focus on tobacco-related health disparities and what can be done to help reduce these inequities.

Attend this panel discussion if you are a professional or student interested in healthcare, addiction, and social justice, or if you are simply interested in learning more about how the tobacco industry targets marginalized populations.

Panelists include:
• Lincoln Mondy, Progressive Communication Strategist, and Creator, Black Lives/Black Lungs
• Cliff Douglas, Vice President for Tobacco Control, American Cancer Society (ACS); Director, ACS Tobacco Control Center; Director, U-M Tobacco Research Network; and Adjunct Professor, U-M School of Public Health
• Kate Donaldson, Health Educator/Public Information Officer, District Heath Department #10
• Lilianna Reyes, Program Services Director, Affirmations
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When and Where

Map Public Health II - M1020 SPH II (Auditorium)

November 2017

5:00pm - 8:00pm

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